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Helena Sgouramani

Elena is a PhD student at UoA. She graduated from the Postgraduate Program in Basic and Applied Cognitive Science in the Dept. of Philosophy and History of Science, UoA. She holds a BA in Preschool Education from the Dept. of Pedagogy, UoA. She also has a dancer-professor diploma in classical and contemporary dance from the Greek Ministry of Culture and a post-graduate diploma from the ecole-atelier Rudra-Maurice Bejart, Lausanne, Switzerland. She has worked as a dancer in Bejart ballet Lausanne, Opera de Fribourg, and the State Theatre of Northern Greece, Dance-Theatre Dept. Now she works as a freelance dancer. Her academic interests include every possible way movement is connected to other cognitive aspects.  Currently she is focusing on temporal processing in dance.

Petros Papavasileiou

Petros is a graduate student in the Postgraduate Program in Basic and Applied Cognitive Science in the Dept. of Philosophy and History of Science, UoA. He holds a BA in Physics from the Dept. of Science, UoA, where he worked mainly on acoustics and signal processing. Along with his science studies, he studied music and participated in several music projects as a musician and composer, mostly for short films and dance performances. His academic interests are related to psychoacoustics and musical cognition from a multisensory perspective, involving emotions evoked by sounds with specific physical properties.

Mary Kostaki

Mary is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Psychology, Panteion University, Athens, Greece, and a collaborator of the MultiTime Lab. She is funded by the Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation (ELIDEK). She completed the Postgraduate Program in Basic and Applied Cognitive Science in the Dept. of Philosophy and History of Science, UoA, and holds a BEng in Product and Systems Design Engineering from the University of the Aegean. She completed her master’s thesis with the MultiTime Lab on  “Crossmodal Binding Rivalry: A “race” for integration between unequal sensory inputs”. She enjoys design and has completed a series of projects including the creatives for the International Conference on Timing and Time Perception, as well as the design of the MultiTImeLab logo. Her main academic interests focus on human computer interaction and how design can improve by incorporating knowledge from Cognitive Science.

Vassilis Thanopoulos

Vassilis is a doctoral candidate in the Department of PHS, Univerisity of Athens and a collaborator of the MultiTime Lab and Cognitive Systems Research Institute. He completed his MSc. in Basic and Applied Cognitive Science in the Dept. of Philosophy and History of Science, UoA and holds a BA in Biology from the University of Patras. He has also completed a practical study at the Institute of Biosciences and Applications in NCSR Demokritos. His master’s thesis was on “Intentional Binding: Causal binding of abstract versus naturalistic actions and their effects” and he is interested in multisensory and temporal processing and, particularly, intentional binding and perceptual learning.

Dimitra Zampraka

Dimitra is a graduate student in Basic and Applied Cognitive Science in the Dept. of Philosophy and History of Science, UoA. She holds a BA in Primary Education from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and she is currently working as a primary school teacher. Her current research interests focus on multisensory processing and time perception and her research project focuses on memory mixing.

Pinelopi Boura

Pinelopi is an MSc. student in Basic and Applied Cognitive Science in the Dept. of Philosophy and History of Science, UoA. She holds a BA in International and European Studies from Panteion University and a MBA-TQM (Master in Business Administration – Total Quality Management) from the University of Piraeus. Her current research interests are multisensory processing and time perception with a focus on the embodiment of timing.

Katerina Christodoulou

Katerina is an undergraduate student in the Dept. of Psychology of Panteion University. She has two years volunteer experience as a clinical psychologist at the General Hospital of Athens “KAT” and she has participated in a research study on the involuntary/voluntary hospitalization at the Psychiatric Hospital of Athens “Dafni”. She is more interested, however, in topics on Cognitive Neuroscience and  upon completion of her bachelor’s degree she plans to pursue postgraduate studies on this field.

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Nadia Paraskevoudi

Nadia is an MSc. student in Cognitive Science in the Dept. of Philosophy and History of Science, UoA. She holds a BA in German Language and Literature from the University of Athens. Her main research interests focus on multisensory processing, particularly the integration of visual, tactile, and proprioceptive information. In order to study the mechanisms underlying multisensory integration and processing, she is interested in using virtual reality technology to induce perceptual illusions.

Lydia Liapi

Lydia is a graduate student in the Postgraduate Program in Cognitive Science in the Dept. of Philosophy and History of Science, UoA. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from the Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics from the University of Crete. Her main academic interests include time perception and multisensory processing. Her thesis project focuses on the behavioral validation of the law of inverse effectiveness.

Vasilis Kotsaris

Vasilis is a graduate student in Basic and Applied Cognitive Science in the Dept. of Philosophy and History of Science, UoA. He holds a diploma in Applied Mathematics and Physical Sciences from the National Technical University of Athens. His main research interests focus on visual processing and time perception both from a neuroscientific and a behavioral approach.

Stavroula Lamprou

Stavroula is an undergraduate student in the Dept. of Psychology of Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. As part of her thesis, she is going to work on eyewitness’ memory capacity and time perception. She aims to pursue a career in forensic psychology and to investigate multi-sensory perception and eyewitness testimony/identification.

Maria Stamatelou

Artemis Christodoulou

Elena Psarou

Argiro Vagia

Elpida Manoudi

Konstantina Margiotoudi

Miketa Arvaniti

Eliza Bakou

Dionisis Koumoutsos            

Efthimis Tsilionis

Nancy Kouroupa

Nancy Verriopoulou

Fotis Fotiadis

Eliza Argyriou

Dimitris Rogaris

Stamatis Paraskevas

Ifigenia Pasiou

Anna Eleftheria Metaxa Angeletatou

Anna is an undergraduate student in the Dept. of Psychology of Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Marketing from the Technological Educational Institute of Athens (Faculty of Management and Economics). She is also attending the College for Humanistic Sciences - ICPS, doing a specialization in person-centered psychotherapy, and she is currently working as an Internet Marketing Manager. She is highly interested in Cognitive Neuroscience and upon completion of her current studies she plans to pursue postgraduate studies on this field.

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